Yellow Springs Brewery Rings In The Holidays With New Bottle Release


Celebrate Ohio’s ABV removal with high gravity, holiday cheers.

Ohio’s Yellow Springs Brewery is celebrating a new craft beer release Friday, December 23, starting at 3pm in their taproom, where bottles of Maxxdout Stout will be available for purchase for the first time. This limited quantity of 500 22oz bottles will be available only in the taproom for $15.00 a bottle and will be limited to 3 bottles per person.

Maxxdout is an Imperial American Stout brewed with crisp American 2-Row malt and plenty of chocolate and roasted barley, then dry hopped with Amarillo and Centennial hops. Big, hoppy when fresh, and perfect for those wintry nights.

“At 13.0% ABV this moderate IBU beer is Yellow Springs Brewery’s first beer to take advantage of Ohio’s new ABV cap” said Brewmaster Jeffrey McElfresh. “We are really excited that we are able to to produce bigger beers now and customers can look for many more in the future!”

Maxxdout is perfect for sharing during the holiday season or for enjoying by yourself while you take a break from your family and friends during the holiday season.

McElfresh added, “Whether you choose to drink this beer fresh and experience the aggressive hop profile it has to offer, aging this beer would by no means hurt the complexity and depth of flavors as they will mature nicely to balance out the hops with the roasted barley and chocolate notes.”

In addition to the debut of Maxxdout in the taproom, the tap list for the day will also boast some unique takes on the beer. McElfresh has planned two variations of this craft beer to be on tap which are Coconut Rum Maxxdout and Maxxdout aged on blueberries. So be certain to mark your calendars as this brew is sure to go fast.

About Yellow Springs Brewery

A homebrewer and a potter decided to start a small town microbrewery back in 2013. The husband-wife duo of Nate Cornett and Lisa Wolters knew what they liked — good beer, interesting art and their funky hometown of Yellow Springs — and thought others might too. Yellow Springs Brewery became a synergy of all three — a true community brewery for villagers and visitors alike, an intimate art gallery displaying eclectic work and, most importantly, a haven for seasoned beer lovers as well as the craft beer curious.

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